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Other News: Diamond / Walus / Attorneys' Solicitation / Alimony #54090

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 30, 1978
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(Studio) Reports with regard to diamond mined recently in South Africa, called the Premier Rose and Beers Consolidated Mines Limited firm's prediction that major diamond to be cut from it will sell for over $11 million; revision of Agriculture Department food prices estimates; Chicago federal judge's stripping of US citizenship from Frank Walus, who had been chgd. with lying about his participation in killings of Jews in Poland as Gestapo agent in World War II; and Supreme Court ruling about attys.' solicitation of business and agreement to hear case about state laws denying alimony payments to men and allowing them to women. Film of diamond shown.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

Reasoner, Harry

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